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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2018 03:03 pm
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hubert.nourigat
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Hi,
Sometime (but It's not random), some translation was not imported from an xliff file and I can't understand why.
I have attached a short sisulizer project and the xilff file. (I can't attach a zip file ! ask me for the file).
I use slmake and the command line is :
SlMake.exe" import xxx.xlf -type:xlf -xlfitems:context -lang:en -noequal -setstatus:3 -method:0 -escape:1 -empty xxx.slp
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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2018 03:15 pm
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Please use the Private Upload-Button right above this post to send your data. It will be uploaded to our team only.
The attachment function in the forum itself is for screenshots and the data bceomes available to all. So that's why we have that Private Upload feature for customer data.
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Short description of the feature:

https://www.the-localization-tool.com/tech-support-and-using-our-upload-form/

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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2018 03:19 pm
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the file is sent.

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 Posted: Tue Oct 23rd, 2018 06:15 pm
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Hello,

Thank you for files. I can import XLIFF file to the SLP with "By value" method. However, Sisulizer can't import translations with method based on context, because contexts saved to the XLIFF file have a bit different structure than sample XLIFF file exported from your SLP. So maybe, this XLIFF file was edited or generated by a third party tool or old Sisulizer version.

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 Posted: Wed Oct 24th, 2018 09:45 am
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I suspected something like that. How can I find out the format you use for the context?
Because at first, my process worked well.

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Hello,

There is no unified syntax for context items in the XLIFF specification. So tools that support context in XLIFF files use their own solution for this.

How can I find out the format you use for the context?
You can check this in following way.  Open a simple SLP file e.g. HLib_test.slp, go to "File" menu -> "Export", select "XLIFF" tab and check "Write context" checkbox (for simplify this test uncheck all other checkboxes). After export, open exported XLIFF file in a text editor and compare with XLIFF file you want import (Localizable_Test.xlf).

If your translator prefer translating of XLIFF files instead Sisulizer project/exchange files, you can generate for him XLIFF via Export feature with checked Context item. It give fully compatibility when you import received XLIFF file from translator.
If you use SlMake Export task, use xlfitems:context parameter.

Best regards,
Janusz

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